Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, March 20
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday knowledgeable CBI Particular Justice of the Peace, Haryana, that it was “contemplating difficult” a Dwelling Division’s order of denying prosecution sanction in opposition to 4 police personnel for implicating a college bus conductor within the alleged homicide of the seven-year-old boy in Gurguram again in 2017.
CBI counsel Amit Jindal advised the CBI courtroom in Panchkula, that “their file for difficult the sanction order of Rajeev Arora, Extra Chief Secretary, Dwelling, is beneath course of, and appropriate time be given to them”.
The sufferer’s father had approached the Excessive Court docket in opposition to the denial of prosecution sanction.
The CBI courtroom posted the matter for July 28.
The CBI, in its cost sheet, has blamed DSP Birem Singh— the then Gurugram ACP—Inspector Narinder Khatana, Inspector Shamsher Singh (then a Sub-inspector), and Exemptee Sub Inspector Subhash Chand for implicating bus conductor, Ashok Kumar, for the homicide of a schoolboy.
However, now the state has refused the prosecution sanction, claiming that there was “no medical proof” on document to recommend, that the conductor was “tortured”, and added that it was an “error of judgment” on the a part of the police personnel.